Whiskey Review: Old Parr Superior 18 Year Old Whiskey
Posted by Arctic Wolf on January 20, 2010
Its time to return to Scotland and sample one of the most decorated Scottish Blends ever produced, Old Parr Superior 18 year Old Whisky. Old Parr Superior, is blended and bottled by MacDonald Greenlees Distillers, who in turn are owned by Diageo (click on the link to go to the Diageo website.)
Old Parr Superior was named by Jim Murray as the 2007 World Whisky of the Year, in his 2007 Whisky Bible. This recognition caused quite a stir and a fair amount of consternation, as the blend was only available overseas, in the Pacific Rim markets. But collectors and whisky aficionados may now begin to rejoice as rumors have begun to circulate that this whisky is coming to North America.
So in preparation of this event I have prepared a review of the Old Parr Superior whisky using a bottle from my own private collection to sample and taste. Here is an excerpt from my hard work:
“The whisky arrives in the mouth with a soft chewy peat. The soft peat completely envelops the palate, and it is as if you have to chew through the smoke and peat to get at the other flavours. As the Old Parr sits on my tongue, the other flavours pop out of the smoke one by one…”
You can read the full review here:
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